On another sun-soaked day, Bacon proved to have all the answers throughout the day as many of the field tried to challenge the Honda rider, but Bacon remained on top with a time of 40:56.446. The J4 championship leader coming into this weekend, Korey McMahon would have to settle for second place as the KTM rider just couldn‰Ûªt match Bacon‰Ûªs pace stopping the clock at 42:02.563. Rounding out the podium was Matthew Pye who continued his fine form from Saturday, finishing in third after posting a 44:43.657.
Riordan continues his perfect season to date, making it six from six and sending a message to the field with a great performance. His time of 42:46.107 was too much for the field to catch. Blake Hollis was the next best on the day putting his Yamaha into second position, with a time of 43:16.971. Rounding out the podium was Will‰Ûªs younger brother Angus who made the jump from J2 to J3 for the weekend and showed he can mix it with the lead group, finishing with a time of 44:49.190.
Conley couldn‰Ûªt put a foot wrong this weekend, setting a pace all weekend that couldn‰Ûªt be matched, his time of 47:46.937. The tricky conditions put many of their pace but not Conley, the rider finishing in second place was Zac Perry who was good throughout the tests and trail today stopping the clock at 48:15.366. Billy Hargy grabbed the final spot on the podium after a solid days riding, ending the day with a time of 49:51.978.
The Championship now moves onto Broken Hill for Round 7, with the Juniors on Saturday and the Seniors on Sunday for our first Cross-Country of the season. As usual to stay up to date with all the AORC action head to AORC website, like AORC on Facebook and follow AORC on Instagram.